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E1: 07: W-2 (R07885) Has A Data Alignment Issue When Two States Are Populated In Box 16 State Wages (Doc ID 2932569.1)

Last updated on APRIL 17, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne US Payroll - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Print Laser W-2's (4 part) (R07885) prints the second Box 16 amount centered instead of right-justified when the Employee lives in Wisconsin (WI) but works in Minnesota (MN) and when "Print 2 States per W-2" checkbox has been checked in the Year-End Revisions (P07810) program. All amounts in all boxes of the W-2 should be right-justified.

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Create a new employee (P0801).
    1. In National and Fiscal Data they reside in Tax Area 50 WI but works in Tax Area MN
  2. In Pay Cycle Workbench (P07210) Submit Pre-Payroll for the one employee for last pay period of 2022
    1. Row Exit to Payment Review
    2. On Work with Employee Payment Review Take Row Exit to Tax Detail
    3. State Income Tax for Minnesota (24 F) is calculated, but no State Income Tax for Wisconsin (50 F) is withheld
    4. Complete payroll processing for the employee for the last pay period of 2022,
  3. In the Year-End Revisions (P07810) program, the checkbox "Print 2 States per W-2" was selected.
  4. Run Print Laser W-2's (4 part) (R07885) and view the W-2 PDF report.
    1. Two lines with State Wages earned in MN (3,692.31) were printed in Box 16 (State wages, tips, etc.)
    2. In the first line in Box 16, the WI (Wisconsin) State wages of 3,692.31 are right-justified in the box
    3. In the second line in Box 16, the MN (Minnesota) State wages of 3,692.31 are centered in the box
    4. The second line for MN is misaligned. All dollar amounts should be right justified like all the other amounts in all the other boxes.
    5. In all the other boxes of the W-2 the amounts are right-justified.


NOTE: All data is from Oracle test data. No personal information from real people is used.



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